Denver, CO, May 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Cathryn McIntyre shared on the program the admiration of Henry David Thoreau the transcendentalist writer of Concord, Massachusetts which provided the purpose to write the book "Honor in Concord-Seeking Spirit in Literary Concord."
Understanding of spirit and the two words not talked about much these days: men of honor and integrity was explored. Cathryn said: "The message here is that all that we think, say and do has meaning. Our actions and intentions make up the very essence of who we are and help to form the circumstances of the world in which we live."
Twenty plus years in astrology helped to satisfy the curiosity of Cathryn about such phenomenons as: clairvoyance, medium-ship, the near death experience, past and parallel lives and alien abductions. A short debate was introduced by Coach Steve Toth about the necessity of non-believers and skeptics.
The final segment described the unusual events that occurred leading to Cathryn's current work the "Thoreau's Wise Silence," a book that brings Thoreau's message to life again in the 21st century.
More about Cathryn McIntyre: an independent scholar of the life and work of transcendentalist writer, Henry David Thoreau and of the literary history of 19th century Concord, Massachusetts. A gifted writer whose book, Honor in Concord: Seeking Spirit in Literary Concord, combines the passion for Concord's literary history with the story of Cathryn's own spiritual pursuits.